Cynthiana Police Department

-A A +A

Case reports
April 16 – At 12:01 a.m., Jessica Long, Mt. Olivet, reported that an individual was  was “jumped and robbed” on Pearl Street. She said she heard the disturbance and hid in the closet. Tommy Hunt and Joshua Stanfield were injured after someone knocked at the door and said they were the police. Hunt told police he would not open the door, but his brother did and two black men wearing bandanas started hitting Stanfield. Hunt called 911. One of the subjects had been wearing brass knuckles.
April 16 – At 8:22 a.m., a Cynthiana woman reported that her juvenile daughter is being harassed and bullied by two other girls both in and out of school.
April 16 – At 10:48 p.m., Jordan Smarr, Penn Street, reported that he was harassed at Shell Apple Market.
April 18 – At 9:09 a.m., Matthew Coulter, Leawood Drive, reported that wiring, copper pipe and the A/C unit from a house he is contracted to work on through the Kentucky Housing Authority were stolen overnight. Drywall and ceilings in every room of  the residence were damaged.
April 18 – At 1:44 p.m., police responded to a fight call on Pearl Street. The two women had assaulted each other over statements made on a website known as Topix.
April 18 – At 3:11 p.m., Brenda Packard reported that Ronnie Florence was yelling at her for putting her trash in the cans behind the bar on Walnut Street.
April 18 – At 4:47 p.m., police were called to Elmarch Avenue where a juvenile boy reported that his juvenile sister pulled a knife on him and threatened to stab him if he didn’t let her watch television.
April 18 – At 8:41 p.m., Mary Sargent, Pleasant Street, reported the theft of a photo album, family photo and a memory card from a cell phone were taken.
April 19 – At 9:51 a.m., a report was made of a mail carrier being attacked by a little black dog on Western Avenue. It was discovered that a city worker and a neighbor were bitten by the dog.
April 19 – At 12:22 p.m., police responded to a call at Walnut and Penn streets where a man was alleged to be in the street with a shotgun.
April 19 –  At 4:17 p.m., Animal control officer Allen Fryman reported that he received a call regarding a vicious dog on Pleasant Steet. Brenda Florence told police she was walking her dog in her back yard when William J. Linville’s dog came out of the bushes and attacked her dog.
April 19 – At 7:47 p.m., police were contacted regarding a patient who was a threat to herself and needed to be transported to Eastern State Hospital.
April 20 – At 1:36 p.m., David Case of the Harrison County schools reported that the snack bar at LeBus Field was broken into and property was taken.
April 20 – At 8:16 p.m., police were asked to do a welfare check on a woman at Rodgers Park.
April 20 – At 10:37 p.m., police were called to Walmart where three juvenile boys had a 30-pack of beer and had consumed 14 of them. The boys were released to their parents.
April 20 – At 11:18 p.m., police responded to a call of a woman who reported that money had been taken from her and that she had been dragged down the street by a car.
April 21 – At 12:15 a.m., William Fryman Jr., Old Lair Road, told police he was walking down Walnut Street and was assaulted by a woman who punched him in the side of the face. He declined to file charges against the woman.
April 20 – Police were called to assist Harrison County Sheriff’s Department on a shots fired call on KY 392.
April 21 – At 2:48 a.m., police were called to Clifton Road where a woman was reported intoxicated and causing a disturbance.
April 22 – At 2:51 a.m., police were called to Western Avenue by Bonnie Newsome who asked that her son and his friends be removed from her home. Police arrested Jonathon Dewayne Gray on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 21 – At 9:32 a.m., Billy Ross of Ross Auto Sales on Church Street reported that someone got into at least nine vehicles and removed radios and took items that were inside of vehicles. An estimated $1,000 in damages to vehicles was reported.
April 21 – At 5:14 p.m., police were dispatched to Corner Auto Mart where two juveniles were skateboarding around cars and caused damage to one of the vehicles. Police advised the juveniles to not be on the lot again.
April 21 – At 7:10 p.m., Joyce Williams of Third Street, reported that her seven cats were attacked by two dogs. One of her cats, Newman, is still missing.
April 21 – At 8 p.m., Sgt. Wilbur Gross was patroling on Second Street and saw a vehicle parked that had been reported stolen. Lisa Gilbert showed where she purchased the car in Lexington on Jan. 7, 2012, from New Circle Road Auto. The vehicle was reported stolen in November 2011 from KASP Auction.
April 22 – At 3 p.m., a missing persons report was taken of a an 11-year-old girl from Midnight Court.
April 22 – At 8:38 p.m., police received a call reference a welfare check on a juvenile boy who is with his mother.
April 23 – At 2:34 a.m., police were advised of a build-up of newspapers at a residence on Pike Street. The resident is now staying in a nursing home.
April 23 – At 12:55 p.m., a report was made from Harrison County Tires on Pleasant Street of someone using a bolt cutter to break into a Pepsi machine and remove about $275. Damage to the machine was estimated at $1,500.
April 23 – At 1:14 p.m., Joy Pollock, Pleasant Street, reported that someone took lottery tickets from First Stop Inc. There was a $400 discrepancy in the lottery account. Police cited Martha Caswell for theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and unlawful access to computer.
April 23 – At 1:38 a.m., Michael Riddell, Walnut Street,  reported that his 42 inch flat screen television was taken from his home.
April 23 – At 4:15 p.m., police were called regarding someone going through residents mailboxes on Main Street. A video was made and given to police and the postal service showing a woman going through mailboxes. However, it does not appear that anything was taken.
April 23 – At 10:25 p.m., Jessica Yarnell, Cherokee Drive, reported that her cell phone was missing from where she works at Valley Restaurant.
April 24 – At 6:11 a.m., Don Cunigan of Harrison County Tire reported that holes were shot into a window. Police suspect the holes were made by a pellet gun and had been shot intentionally.
April 24 – At 9:39 a.m., Todd Brown of Bullard reported that their telephone network was hacked and that illegal calls were being made overseas after being routed through Canada.
April 24 –  At 2 p.m., a Subway manager reported that she had received an anonymous phone call regarding one of the employees.
April 24 – At 3:43 p.m., police were called to Broadway Avenue where a juvenile girl was reportedly upset and walked away from home. She was found at River Road Park and returned to her home.
April 24 – At 4:42 p.m., police responded to a domestic disturbance on Midnight Court.
April 24 – At 5:01 p.m., police were called to a domestic disturance on Midnight Court.
April 24 – At 8:33 p.m., a Parkside Manor resident was reportedly cursing and slamming doors.
April 25 – At 8:27 a.m., police were called to Harrison County High School for an alleged assault. HCHS principal advised police that she wanted the police to start handling such incidents. Police advised that the parents of the students would have to make the reports.
April 25 – At 8:53 a.m., Winford Nickerson, Pearl Street, reported that someone took aluminum cans and car ramps.
April 25 – At 4:14 p.m., Misty McElfresh, Penn Street, reported that a laptop computer had been taken from her home.
April 25 – At 5:27 p.m., police were called to South Main Street for a neighbor dispute.
April 25 – At 7:57 p.m., a report was made of neighbors having an argument at Main Street apartments.
April 25 – At 9:44 p.m., Joseph Leonard, Paris, reported that his cell phone was taken from his car while it was parked on Pleasant Street and he was playing basketball.
April 26 – At 12:09 a.m., police responded to a domestic situation on Old Lair Road.
April 26 – At 7:01 a.m., Ted Auxier, Chelsea Drive, reported that a car was parked on the side of the road unattended. The car was apparently stolen and had run out of gas. A second report was then made from Layne McIlvain who said her vehicle was taken from her driveway overnight. McIlvain’s car was found burned on Robinson-Berry Road.
April 26 – At 8:16 a.m., Freda Tackett, Queensway, reported that her GPS was taken from her vehicle overnight.
April 26 – At 9:42 a.m., Gary Stakelin, Pleasant Street, reported that his push lawn mower was taken from his home.
April 26 – At 12 p.m., Anna Currans, Bradford Drive, reported that someone had gotten into her unlocked vehicle and removed her wallet, which contained numerous credit cards, cash, insurance and Social Security card.
April 26 – At 12:38 p.m., a complaint was received from Subway at Harrison Square regarding a man who had entered the store and demanded that he be given food.
April 26 – At 6:55 p.m., a disagreement had occurred between a girl and her stepfather on Broadway Avenue. When police arrived the argument was settled and there appeared to have been no violence.
April 26 – At 7:16 p.m., a Hillside Drive resident reported that she saw two women get out of a diesel truck and break the rear window of a Ford Ranger pickup truck. There was also damage to the paint.
April 26 – At 11:59 p.m., police arrested Elizabeth Gross, who was a passenger in a vehicle with an indivudal who was also arrested and charged with driving under the influence. Gross was charged with having prescription drugs not in a proper container. She also had her baby in the back seat not restrained.
April 26 – At 11:24 p.m., police were called to a domestic violence incident on North Poplar Street.
April 26 – At 11:44 p.m., Janessa Jolly, Main Street, police were called to a domestic disturbance.
April 27 – At 9:44 p.m., Kathy Wiley, Walnut Street, reported that her medications were stolen.
April 27 – At 4:29 p.m., a report was made of a juvenile girl being assaulted while at Harrison County High School.
Citations, Arrests, Warnings
April 27 -- Charles A. Tucker, 28, was arrested on North Poplar Street and charged with alcohol intoxication and possession of marijuana.
April 28 -- Gregory L. Palmer, 51, was arrested on South Walnut Street and charged with operating on a suspended/revoked operators license and failure to maintain insurance (owner).
April 29 -- Breanna L. Woods, 27, was issued a warning for speeding on Ky. 32 East.
April 29 -- David R. Winkle, 24, was arrested on US 27 South and charged with no registration plate and DUI.
April 30 -- Kevin O. Bishop, 37, was issued citations for no registration receipt, no/expired registration plate, and failure to maintain insurance (non-owner) on South Church Street.
April 30 -- Vicky L. Howard, 46, was arrested on US 27 South at Save-A-Lot and charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting) and prescription controlled substance not in original container, and on Court Street on a warrant for theft by deception-checks under $500.
April 30 -- Stephen D. Platt, 36, was issued a citation on West Pleasant Street in the Family Dollar lot for no registration receipt and failure to maintain insurance (owner).
April 30 -- Jessica C. Robinson, 40, was issued a citation for license to be in possession and improper parking (fire lane) in the Walmart lot on US 27 South.
May 1 -- Zachary L. Arnold, 28, was arrested on Court Street on warrants for criminal possession of a forged instrument-second, theft by deception-checks under $500, and operating on a suspended/revoked operators license, and on Riverside Drive for operating on suspended/revoked operators license.
May 1 -- William T. Kearns, 31, was arrested on a warrant for unauthorized procurment of controlled substance at a Main Street residence in Grant County.
May 1 -- Michael A. King, 47, was arrested and charged on South Walnut Street for murder, assault-second, disorderly conduct-second, 2 violation counts, and criminal mischief-third.
May 2 -- Jeffery W. Pilosky, 34, was arrested on warrants for operating on suspended/revoked operators license and DUI-second on North Main Street in Robertson County.
May 3 -- Phillip A. Doolin, 51, was arrested and charge with DUI-second on Clifton Village Court.
May 3 -- Jerry A. Moses, 34, was issued citations on West Pleasant Street for failure to produce insurance card, failure to wear seat belt and failure to notify address change and was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear on North Limestone Street in Fayette County.
May 3 -- Brandon S. Hadley, 31, was issued citations for failure to wear seat belt and failure to produce insurance card on South Walnut Street.
May 3 -- Donnie R. Moore, 47, was issued citations at West Pleasant and Main streets for failure to produce insurance card and failure to wear seat belt.
May 3 -- Steven K. Askin, 33, was cited on East Pleasant Street for failure to wear seat belt.
May 3 -- Charles A. Tolle, 25, was cited on East Pleasant Street for failure to wear seat belt.
May 3 -- Mark D. Lee, 54, was issued a citation on East Bridge Street for failure to wear seat belt.
May 3 -- Una F. Fugate, 51, was issued citations for license to be in possession, failure to use child restraint device, and failure to wear seat belt on East Bridge Street.
May 4 -- Shane S. Walker, 29, was arrested and charged on West Cromwell Alley for alcohol intoxication.
May 4 -- Mark T. Doyle, 28, was arrested and charged on East Pleasant Street for unlawful transaction with a minor-second, failure to notify address change, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana.